Why can an issue be closed that I haven't approved?

Why can an issue be closed that I haven't approved?

The approval process does not overrule other’s ability to close an issue. Therefore it is possible to close an issue which has not received all of it’s approvals. To see who closed the issue, check the issue’s history.
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